Shafts are very importance of machine elements such as fasteners, springs, gears, valves, pipe fittings, etc., in engineering design. SHAFTS, too, are a basic, important and very common machine element. Like others, it also has various types. Some categories are familiar to us, while some may be not known to people at all. Shafts generally do not fall into this category. A shaft is usually designed to perform a specific task in a specific machine. There may of course be thousands of similar machines produced, each using a shaft of that design, and the manufacturer may provide extra shafts as "spare parts", but that shaft design generally has no use outside the machine for which it was designed.
Now let us look at some kinds of shafts. The first and primary type is the drive shaft (also called driving shaft). It is usually applied with gears. And it is a mechanical part that is used for transmitting the torque and rotational movement. It is also be used in heavy applications. It is no doubt that it can be applied in various industries such as the power generation, mining industry and so on.
The second type is the helical and double helical shaft. Compared to the above one, its shape is rather special. At present, many products of this kind can offer superior technical capabilities. Except for the application in the industries, many of them can also be used in the non-industrial application. As a result, the materials chosen to manufacture them should be durable, too. Thus, materials such as titanium and tungsten are suitable for making these shafts.
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